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Maša Kulauzov Ph.D., Associate Professor

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Maša Kulauzov Ph.D., Associate Professor

 

Maša Kulauzov was born in Novi Sad in 1977. She graduated from the Novi Sad Faculty of Law in 2001. During her studies she was awarded for her achievements several times by the University of Novi Sad and the Novi Sad Faculty of Law. From 2001 till 2003 she worked as a junior barrister and in January 2004 passed the bar examination. Professor Maša Kulauzov received her LL.M. degree from the Novi Sad Faculty of Law in 2006 having defended thesis ʺForeign influences on the development of the idea of bicameral structure of parliament in Serbian constitutional system″. In 2010 she successfully defended her Ph.D. dissertation ʺZadruga among South Slavs in XIX centuryʺ.

In 2004 Maša Kulauzov was elected to the position of assistant for the course of ″History of State and Law I″, in 2011 to the position of assistant professor, and for the associate professor in 2016. Professor Maša Kulauzov teaches courses in ″History of State and Law I″ to law students, in ″History of State and Law″ to students of the Internal Affairs studies group as well as elective course in ″Principal Legal Systems and Codifications″ on first year of basic academic studies. She also teaches courses in ″Legal Theories and Institutions of Antiquity″ and ″History of Civilisation″ on master academic studies and course in ″History of State and Law I and II″ on doctoral academic studies.  

In 2005 and 2008, professor Kulauzov stayed at the Max Planck Institute for the European legal history in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. 

Areas of academic interest: general legal history, bicameral parliament in Serbian constitutional history, zadruga among South Slavs in XIX century, civil procedure in XIX century Serbia.

Professor Maša Kulauzov, Ph.D. published one monograph, one textbook and 41 academic articles.

Languages: English, German, Russian.

Books:
1. Maša Kulauzov, Proceedings in Appellate Court and Court of Cassation According to the Provisions of Code of Civil Procedure of Serbia from 1865, Publishing centre of the Law Faculty of Novi Sad, Novi Sad 2015.
2. Maša Kulauzov, General Legal History, Publishing centre of the Law Faculty of Novi Sad, Novi Sad 2019.  

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